Amigo Service Robot
AMIGO stands for Autonomous Measure for IntelliGent Operations. AMIGO is taking part in the RoboEarth project. Through the RoboEarth network, robots must be able to deal with unforeseen circumstances so that they can learn better how to react in new situations.
Features Amigo Service Robot
- Amigo has an altitude of one and a half metres
- Has two arms that allow Amigo to perform multiple tasks
- Moves with a platform on wheels. The Amigo has also been developed with 'borrowed' techniques and moves surprisingly well
- Orientation in the domestic environment AMIGO is done with the Kinect of the Xbox
- The robot has a clear voice
- Unfortunately, the robot has not yet been specifically programmed to perform care tasks, but this may happen in the future
RoboEarth is a World Wide Web for robots: a huge network and database where robots can share information and learn from each other about their behavior and their environment. RoboEarth's goal is to allow robotic systems to benefit from the experiences of other robots, paving the way for the rapid development of machine cognition and behavior, and ultimately for more subtle and sophisticated human-machine interaction.